Have you ever spotted a photo on Facebook of all your friends hanging out together and felt superjealous and left out that you weren't invited? Or maybe you've been texting your best friends but no one's responding and you jump to the conclusion that they must be doing something amazing without you. Then you might have a bad case of FOMO, aka the "fear of missing out." In today's modern age of check-ins, Instagram, and instantaneous forms of communication, it's especially easy to see all the fun parties and happy hours you might be missing out on. But while it's natural to feel a tinge of jealousy when you miss the memo on a gathering, it's good to relax and let some things go. Otherwise you'll seem a bit overly dramatic — like Pitch Perfect's Anna Camp in this hilarious FOMO horror movie trailer from CollegeHumor. Watch it now!
If you're looking for love online (and these days, is there any form of dating that's not online?), you know that half the fun is laughing with your friends about the crazy dates, horrific profiles, and other pitfalls of online dating. There are the little white lies slipped into profiles, photos from decades ago, and those dreaded moments when computer chemistry doesn't translate to real-world chemistry. We've rounded up the most chuckle-worthy Someecards on online dating truths to share with your fellow online daters — or even new boyfriend — so you can remember it's OK to not take your love life too seriously all the time!
You swear you've moved on from your ex, but then you find yourself stalking his Facebook page, drunk texting, and "coincidentally" ending up in his neighborhood — sound familiar? Accepting that you're not over him is the first step to actually getting over him, so to help you ditch the denial stage, we've rounded up some clear signs that you're still in love with your ex. Struggling to move on and sick of the sad breakup songs? Take a look at these hilarious GIFs to have a laugh and move forward!
Hipster haters, unite: apparently 27 percent of Americans think hipsters should pay a tax for being "so annoying." Public Policy Polling also found that 42 percent have an unfavorable opinion of hipsters. And with the negative stereotype the subculture carries, it's no wonder even hipsters hate hipsters. These recent poll results may be a sign that we're reaching a saturation point with the too-cool-for-school group. So as we maybe, possibly enter a new posthipster era, let's take a look back at hipster history.
Happy birthday, Lena Dunham! The actress, filmmaker, and writer turns 27 today, closing out another highly successful year of her relatively young life. The creator and star of the Golden Globe Award-winning HBO show Girls signed a $3.5 million book deal last year, and she uses her popularity for good, participating in political ads last election and fundraising for mental health causes. Lena has also shown her refreshingly fearless and bare-it-all personality, literally baring it all in her countless nude and sex scenes as Hannah Horvath on Girls and speaking out about body image and her struggles with obsessive compulsive disorder. Both Lena and her alter ego Hannah have a lot to say on what it's like being a 20-something woman in today's world. So we're looking at some of Hannah's best moments and lines to illustrate how to survive your 20s with some cupcakes, dancing, and self-reflection.
Are you ready to "Wiig" out? This weekend, fan favorite Kristen Wiig will be back on the Saturday Night Live stage to host the show (see the promos with Fred Armisen here). We've loved seeing more of Kristen on the big screen — especially after she killed it in Bridesmaids — but after seeing her as part of the cast for seven years, we've missed her hilarious SNL characters and impersonations. As we welcome Kristen back to the stage, let's look back at some of the best lines from her ladies, like Surprise Party Sue, Target Lady, Kathie Lee Gifford, Penelope, and "Tan Mom" Patricia Krentcil. Check them out now, and tell us: who's your favorite Kristen character?
This week we found out that a surprisingly high number of people don't know when Cinco de Mayo takes place (hint, it's not May 15), Joffrey wants to make a Belieber out of you, Kim Kardashian's Met Gala look was inspired by Mrs. Doubtfire, and moms make the best movie reviewers. If you need an end-of-the-week chuckle, we've rounded up the most giggle-worthy photos, GIFs, memes, and videos of the past seven days. So click through the 10 things that made us LOL this week and get your laugh on!
Corsages, updos, pizzas topped with pepperoni question marks — it's officially prom season. Even if you're years past the school-dance days, you're sure to appreciate reminders of prom's unique qualities. And since everything feels more dramatic in high school, what better shows than Laguna Beach and The Hills to illustrate prom's ups and downs? Take a walk down memory lane with these playful prom moments in GIFs!
Will and Kate channel Harry and Hermione, cats get their zen on, Zach Galifianakis shows off his nail art, and we find out what twerking is in this week's roundup of funny videos, GIFs, memes, and stories. Here are the silly, awkward, and adorable moments you need to check out — they'll give you that end-of-the-week boost you need, no caffeine required. Get ready to LOL!
A crazy sorority girl email, a 1999 supercut, the Mars rover's phallic artwork, and an amazing Ellen and Ellen meetup — here are the funniest memes, viral videos, and stories of the past seven days. Get your chuckle on with our weekly roundup of the moments that made us LOL. Check 'em out now!